Member Details

Name: Elke Bergholz
Occupation: Teacher
Organization: United Nations International School
Location:
New York, NY
United States

About

Elke Bergholz teaches high school Biology at the United Nations International School in New York City. Over the course of her career she has taught Life Science, Physical Science, General and Honors Biology, Environmental Science, AP Biology, Biotechnology, Human Physiology, and Biology for the International Baccalaureate, an internationally accepted high school diploma. Ms. Bergholz has advised an after school river monitoring student group for several years and is a research mentor to several students completing independent biology research. Prior to teaching, Ms. Bergholz conducted research for many years in different parts of the world in marine biology, fisheries biology, and oceanography. Ms. Bergholz traveled to Antarctica in 1999 as a TEA teacher to collect data on atmospheric ozone and will return with Dr. David Hoffman to continue their studies.

Journals

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7 February 2008 South Pole Research Experience Reflections
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14 January 2008 Leaving the South Pole and Antarctica! Thank you and good by!
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13 January 2008 Retrospective of the life at the New South Pole Station: a photo journal.
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12 January 2008 The Dedication of the New Elevated South Pole Station
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11 January 2008 Getting ready for the New Station Dedication- Passing of time and Sir Edmund Hillary
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10 January 2008 Yesterday’s Anniversary of the Old Dome
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9 January 2008 Firefighters at the South Pole
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8 January 2008 The South Pole Telescope (SPT)
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7 January 2008 Teresa: a new team member - Satellite communication to and from the South Pole.
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6 January 2008 The Green-House at South Pole Station
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5 January 2008 Machinery and Transportation at the South Pole
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4 January 2008 A historical day at the South Pole
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3 January 2008 Visitors and Home-comers at the South Pole
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2 January 2008 Solar and Thermal Atmospheric Radiation (STAR) measurements at the South pole
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1 January 2008 New Years Day at the South Pole: Correcting the Geographic Pole Marker.
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31 December 2007 New Years Eve at the South Pole.
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30 December 2007 How is the Heat and Water Transported? Ready for the early New Year’s Eve party!
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29 December 2007 Part 2 - Visiting the Power Plant
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29 December 2007 Part 1 - Saturday: Testing the Water at South Pole Station
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28 December 2007 The Water Production at South Pole
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27 December 2007 IPY Antarctic Traverse team at South Pole.
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26 December 2007 A good day for surface ozone research!
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25 December 2007 Race around the world at South Pole
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24 December 2007 Christmas at the South Pole Station
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22 December 2007 Saturday and Sunday before Christmas
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